Mysuru: On the event of ‘World Sparrow Day,’ members of Jeev Daya Jain Charity distributed eco-friendly earthen water bowl, bamboo chook home, bamboo feeder and clay chook home, to residents in metropolis this morning.
This was a part of an initiative to revive the inhabitants of sparrows in Mysuru metropolis. The Charity members distributed these gadgets to most people in entrance of Kukkarahalli Lake Predominant Gate.
Kokila Jain, Chairperson of the Charity, appealed to the folks to make use of them at their homes to feed water to the thirsty birds and squirrels because of onset of summer time. “Please don’t dump after taking this stuff to residence. Use it within the curiosity of thirsty birds,” she added.
Round 200 gadgets have been distributed to residents.
Charity members Dilkush Kothari, Deepthi Gandhi, Uma Bafna, Sapna, Urmila Salecha, and Yoga Guru Madhu Halli and Bannur Parisara Jagruthi Vedike President Mahendra Singh Kalappa have been current.
Interesting folks to feed birds and animals within the present summer time season, over 100 individuals took out a Cycle Jatha in metropolis this morning.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) – Regulation & Order Dr. A.N. Prakash Gowda flagged off the jatha in entrance of Palace Kote Anjaneyaswamy Temple premises. The cycle jatha handed by way of Chamaraja Wadiyar Circle, Jayachamaraja Wadiyar Circle, Bengaluru-Nilgiri Street, Chamaraja Double Street, Krishnaraja Boulevard and culminated in entrance of Kukkarahalli Lake.
Zoo Authority of Karnataka (ZAK) Chairman L.R. Mahadevaswamy, Karnataka Exhibition Authority (KEA) Chairman Hemanth Kumar Gowda, famous ornithologist Dr. Santrupthi, wildlife knowledgeable Saptha Girish, Dr. S.P. Yoganna, Vivek Iyengar, Ajay Shastri, D.T. Prakash and others have been current.
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